Matt Schubert

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: My final column in paradise

A FUNNY THING happened the night I was first set to arrive on the North Olympic Peninsula. Namely, I didn’t. I had driven 1,500 miles… Continue reading

 

SPORTS: Larson breaks single-game scoring record for Peninsula College women’s basketball team

PORT ANGELES — The ball kept going to Taylor Larson, and only the Peninsula College women’s basketball team knew why. The freshman post from Juneau,… Continue reading

 

SPORTS: Last-second shot sends Peninsula men’s basketball team to fourth straight win

PORT ANGELES — The final play didn’t go as planned, so J.T. Terrell just let his instincts take over. Luckily for the Peninsula College men’s… Continue reading

 

SPORTS: Peninsula College men’s basketball team races past Shoreline

PORT ANGELES — Shoreline Community College made the Peninsula men’s basketball team lace up its track shoes Saturday night. And even with sophomore big man… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College women’s basketball team rips Shoreline for fourth win in row

PORT ANGELES — The Peninsula College women’s basketball team wasted little time Saturday night. Showing off a newfound knockout punch, the Pirates raced out to… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Tough weekend for river fishing

ANGLERS HAVE TO ask themselves a question this weekend. How much do I really need a steelhead? If it’s enough to risk your life, rig… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Some snowsports to partake in

THERE WILL BE no more cries for more snow. Thanks to Snowpocalypse 2012, I think we’re all set on the white stuff here on the… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Sol Duc River attracting steelhead anglers

THE SWITCH HAS been flipped. As is often the case around this time of year, the Sol Duc River is quickly becoming the destination for… Continue reading

SPORTS: Peninsula College splits basketball games with Skagit Valley

PORT ANGELES — It came in short bursts, but the Peninsula College men’s basketball team certainly had the look of a serious NWAACC title contender… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S PREP NOTES: Good as advertised

A LITTLE MORE than one month into prep basketball season, one thing is certain: The Neah Bay girls basketball team is as good as advertised.… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS COLUMN: Fishing expected to get better this weekend

SOMETIMES, SITTING AROUND can be quite productive. As a grizzled veteran of the activity, few know that better than yours truly. I probably averaged seven… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: No rope tows at Hurricane Ridge yet

EXCUSE ME IF I sound a little less grumpy than normal. I’m still trying to shed all of those 70 degree days I was forced… Continue reading

SPORTS: Ex-Port Angeles Roughrider looks to Rose Bowl game

PORT ANGELES — Nobody was beating down Josh Sanford’s door following his senior year of high school. Then a 6-foot-2, 260-pound all-league left tackle for… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: Low rivers keep steelhead at bay

STEELHEADERS ARE WELL known for their complaints. Rarely, however, does it have anything to do with a lack of rain. But for whatever reason —… Continue reading

HIGH SCHOOLS: Port Angeles’ McCartney dunk sparks win over North Kitsap [**Other prep results**]

PORT ANGELES — Hayden McCartney got the dunk he was looking for. But as the senior’s puffed-up bloody lip illustrated, the Port Angeles boys basketball… Continue reading

MATT SCHUBERT’S OUTDOORS: And to all a good night

THROW OUT THE tube socks, Santa. I’ve got more than enough whites to survive another wet North Olympic Peninsula winter. What I really want this… Continue reading

SPORTS: Costs keep Port Townsend in the bigger Olympic League

NOBODY LIKES MONEY playing a role in high school athletics. The idea that Class 1A Port Townsend can’t afford to move from the predominantly 2A… Continue reading

SPORTS: Practice makes perfect as the Neah Bay girls basketball team eyes state title

NEAH BAY — Lisa Halttunen puts a premium on practice. Understandable. Given all the talent on the Neah Bay girls basketball team this winter, and… Continue reading

SPORTS: Preview capsules for Class 1B boys basketball

Quilcene ■ Head coach: Mark Thompson (third year) ■ Last year: 7-7 in 1B Sea-Tac, 10-9 overall; reached 1B tri-district. ■ Returning starters: Jake Pleines… Continue reading

SPORTS: Preview capsules for Class 1B girls basketball

Quilcene ■ Head coach: Tiffany Parks (first year). ■ Last year: 8-6 in 1B Sea-Tac, 13-10 overall; reached 1B tri-district. ■ Returning starters: None. ■… Continue reading